The Government is spending money at a ridiculously absurd rate where national bankruptcy and collapse of the U.S. dollar is a reality. They should have let the banks fail instead of a bailout which Americans pay for it through inflation thus causing the devaluation of the dollar. A course of action:
The most powerful course of action is simple: We have to alter our behavior to force the power structure to the will of the people. We must stop supporting the system.
The only way the establishment will change is by our refusal to participate while continuously acknowledging the endless flaws and corruptions. People won't give up the monetary system because of our designs and what we recommend. The system has to fail and people have to lose confidence in their elected leaders.
As of now, the world financial system is on the brink of collapse due to its own shortcomings. The controller of currency stated in 2003 that the interest on the U.S. national debt would not be affordable in less than 10 years. This theoretically means total bankruptcy for the U.S. economy, and its implications for the world are immense.
In turn, the fractional reserve based monetary system is reaching its theoretical limits of expansion. And the banking failures you are seeing are just the beginning.
This is why inflation is skyrocketing, all debt is at record levels, and the government and the FED are emerging new money to bailout the corrupt system. For the only way to keep the banks going is by making more money.
The only way to make more money is to create more debt and inflation. It is simply a matter of time before the tables turn and there is nobody willing to take new loans while the defaults grow, as people are unable to afford their current loans.
Then the expansion of money will stop and contraction will begin on a scale never before seen. Ending a century-long pyramid scheme.
This has already begun.
We can no longer ignore the facts!
Take this seriously! This is the current monetary system that is in place. It is designed to fail on itself as all fiat banking has failed in the past back to the days of the Roman Empire. We need to continue to work in this system, at the same time educate ourselves and others to live in a sustainable society that is not backed by fiat money.
We all work in this system that is designed to fail from the start. What a paradox we all live in!